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The ferry from Halifax lands here so you can sit on one of the many benches and watch it dock as well as all the other activities in the harbour. Watch out for the goods train which runs through the area.
Alderney Landing is mostly a transportation hub. Busses and the walk on ferry to Halifax is there. Thwre are a very few eating establishments and the eating is dark. There is a bit of a place to walk and andplay ground though. A few businesses...More
If you get off the ferry on the weekend and need to warm up a bit before heading out to Dartmouth, then Alderney Landing is where you should be. It has a small art gallery (we met the artist who was there at the time)...More
This place is a beautiful place to visit there is a wonderful restaurant that service gluten free fish and chip and more thing s seafood and up stair there is the wooden monkey who also service gluten-free food as well.
The views for the docks...More
We came on a cold Saturday morning. There’s parking on the different streets. There’s a little market on Saturday morning. You can buy food, clothing, souvenirs carved in wood, etc. The food stands served homemade food, a lot of it quite delicious. It’s a fun...More
We love going to Alderney Landing to walk along the boardwalk over to the park sit on the bench and watch the boats and ferries and we can go over to the ferry and go over to Halifax and walk around and then come back...More
Just across from the ferry terminal this restaurant has so much to offer yet location with Haligonians is so important...little do they know what they are missing from this quaint, affordable and enjoyable place to experience.
Eyes will soon be open once the bridge is...More